At St. Alexis, we strive to be holy in all we do:
Holy in our desire to make the world a more loving, Christ-centered place;
Holy in our aims to better ourselves;
Holy in our silence through prayer;
Holy in our words of comfort to those afflicted;
Holy in our invitation for all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or political preferences, to come and worship together;
Holy in our knowledge that the church walls do not restrain the Gospel but form a place from which the Gospel rushes into our surrounding community;
Holy in our understanding that these things are possible through individual and communal covenants with Christ that extend God’s love and grace beyond the single cup from which we all drink.